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Comic 11 - Page 10
7th May 2014, 6:59 PM
Page 10
Average Rating: 5 (10 votes) Rate this comic
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cattservant edit delete reply
Blue man gripe!
IllustratorMan edit delete reply
What's not to love about this page? And it ends with a dreary winter scene. Just the right amount of hue to pull it off too.

It looks great.
Stever edit delete reply
I love that top panel interior of her room.
iggycrypt edit delete reply
Really well done!
Skweeee edit delete reply
Thanks. Sometimes I enjoy creating the details of a character's environments. Sometimes...
Skyangel edit delete reply
This is a really gorgeous page! It just flashed through my mind on the previous panel of the last page that this could have been a dream as the child's face seemed unconnected to the storyline at that point, but to wake up to all this lovely artwork was almost like waking up for real. Great job!
Skweeee edit delete reply
As you probably already know, when you flesh out your characters of your story one tends to know what there personal things look like, what books they read, what keep-sakes are dear to them. I enjoy adding that detail if I the story flow allows me the opportunity.
sephirencomics edit delete reply
I love the perspective in the top panel. Fantastic page!
Skweeee edit delete reply
Thanks. I like how the simple application of some perspective lines can make a rendered environment look lived in.
Ralph-Man edit delete reply
Great page. I especially like the last panel. It's a great angle/pov. Nicely done.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Hey thanks man!!!

That's my fav of the page too!
snowshadow edit delete reply
Wow, I'm glad it was just a dream. I wasn't sure I wanted a giant bald blue guy as the hero of a comic. Now that I know who Piper is, I think I'm going to really like this. Beautiful art on this page.
Skweeee edit delete reply
Thank you Snowshadow! I'm glad you like who Piper is.
chris-tar edit delete reply
Usually I get bore during back story exposition, or when the plot switches to a side story, but not this time. You keep it interesting.